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live from the bay area's news station >> offended you know how hot it is! one commission. >> and absolut, with a record breakers. -101. >> it is hot in here. >> absolutely-- >> and it is a 75 degrees in happened a pedestal phil's pretty warm. >> which we expect for tonight?-it still feels pretty warm. >> and this will still feel warm tonight, and let us speak of what is going on right now. 101 in santa rosa, like concord, fairfield, napa, and both are at 99. very warm and san francisco 88, 95 is a record- tie also,
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san jose is also very close mountain view at 92 is also a high for a record. the change in the last 24 hours is a lot warmer. and redwood city is up mountain view is 92--a high for a record hig tie satellite picte is showing us the fog that will reformulate at the immediate coastline. tonight/tomorrow morning very early. and will clear out fairly quickly and once we see that sunshine go down we will see that immediate cool down however, the market will still be very hot! and even more warm tomorrow. triple- digits. and the computer model does not show this warm, hot air moving until wednesday. we will take a look at all of that and
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neighborhood by neighborhood coming up in just a little bit. >> we have live pictures from southern california through the ventura county. 20 a. and growing. fortunately, because of the hot weather we are hearing that the wind is cooperating with the fire, so far. this:101 is moving away from structures and towards open space. there are currently two helicopters at the area and two helicopters have been requested. some structures are being threatened and they are being protected by fire crews. you just saw a water drop as they continue to knock down those flames. in the meantime, jonathan blum joins us with a bay area fire. >> yes, weather is heat, there is fire in certainly and marin county. northwest of novado. and through gurgle are witas googleu
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can see that going out of town on the bottle boulevard. and if you simply follow that road until it and it looked straight ahead and there is the fire. this has just put under containment by firefighters. it is not getting any bigger. it is under control. they estimated it is 10-20 a.. and it is a barboni branch it was previously a functioning dairy ranch. however, it is not anymore. the fire station came from around that road and try to fight this fire. they have managed to designate a line at that is burning grass. and this should be out by this time the sun goes down tonight. also it is right next to this cheese factory. and if you want smokey tasting cheese? [laughter] >> in jonathan blum. >> now, to our developing story on the san bruno gas explosion.
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for the first time since the burial we are hearing from one man lost two of his loved ones in that blast. the father, had told his kron 4 with his family went through moments after hearing of the explosion. (voice of translator) >> a our daughter's h wa one of the first to go down and it was hours and hours of anguish, hope. that that moment never came until the next day when they told us that they had found some victims from that disaster. we do not wish this on anybody. it is very painful. too much. too much. so, i would like things specifically
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everybody in the community that is been helping with our pain. we were victim's but maybe this is all for the good so pg&e can pay more attention to their services. it is not even gone through our mind. the ill feelings towards pg&e which is top of the convicts as much as they can. >> memo, legislative leaders are coming together to make sure that this incident like this san bruno never happens, again. today, the u.s. congresswoman, jackie spirit visited the blast site. she has plans to introduce a bill that would require new regulations for gas/utility companies. >> i'm introducing a pipeline safety and community empowerment act of 2010. this measure is comprehensive. and it is targeted at reforming how utilities like pg&e maintain their pipeline. i am confident that all of the natural gas companies will recognize that
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this bill mandates it is a reaction to what happened in san bruno, and a fair plan for providing energy to this nation and that is both safe, reliable. how >> if it passes? it would require it to utilities having automatic or semiautomatic shut off valves and other pipelines located in heavily populated areas. and in earthquake zones. it would also require utility companies to notify agencies if they are neargas pipeline >> memo, the gas explosion cleanup. and the help the poor and says that it expects to of five of the home sites completely cleared by the end of the day-the health department. >> and maureen kelly. >> what your looking at is what is left of the 17-11 laurel avenue. this white sun is a-to do list by the san mateo health
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department, this is a-white sign, and dispenses removal and they're one half finished with debris removal. and still the way up rubble left. -asbestos removal, and pieces of metal. however, they have it taken away all the hazardous material and all of the ash. now come over here is 1701 girearl avenue, and this evidence of burned home has been removed. the soil has been greeted. so when that the builders are ready to begin? it will be ready, and these burned trees will be removed. and erosion control so the soil does not get washed away on the upcoming rain this season. maureen kelly, kron 4 news. >> stay with kron 4, for the latest on the san bruno explosion and the clean-up
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details. >> a live look at the off swimming pool in walnut creek. people are starting and try to cool off. it is 89 degrees and some relief tonight with 58 in the morning. and another hot temperatures with triple digits and more of the heat wave, coming up. [ male announcer ] as the ceo of hp, carly fiorina laid off 30,000 workers. when you're talking about massive layoffs, which we did... perhaps the work needs to be done somewhere else. [ male announcer ] fiorina shipped jobs to china. and while californians lost their jobs,
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laboratory's. >> it was a surprise and wherra >> there were not notified until the next day by the media up. >> and we've always said to our staff that if you see anything out of the ordinary? to notify us and this was catholic, out of the ordinary. >> the normal for procedure is for law enforcement to be notified if arenmed officials entered airport territory. also, they're looking at security cameras over the baggage claim that cost the activity. and notice the information but no tea as a call police officers this is a non- secure area no-t-s-h. and with heightened security this is a wake up call. pspst s a.
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>> we are on a or toes. >> christine connolly. >> and their trend has now perhaps this could be paying off for bay. travelers. >> the southwest colorful jets are a cufamiliar sight of an oakland, san jose, and as ethel. air tran, by contrast, has flights from san francisco to its hub cities of milwaukee, atlanta. each offers low-cost, no-frills service to 70 cities. that is where the resemblance ends. southwest is much longer, with four times as many employees, four times as many planes, and four times as many passengers. air tran has
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something that south west wants come with a major presence in atlanta, and a service to new york. and this could be a major news going to gush from of the major airports. >> and with the competition, but perhaps atlanta fares with no baggage fees! catherine heenan, kron 4 news. >> and right now, our current conditions it is hot out there. close to a record with 96 and staying warm this evening. going down so suddenly overnight and will be cooling down overnight, and we will speak more about the hottest temperatures coming up after the break.
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♪ >> taking a live look from the golden gate bridge plenty of sunshine and relieve hot temperatures out there today. here in san francisco! 89
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degrees and even warmer in our inland locations. 101 degrees in santa rosa which is a new record breaker. and with 92 and mountain view is a record higtia pitcher, and with 100 and livermore, and very close to that in concord, livermore, fairfield, napa. and oakland. and with that fog this morning and it will be reformulating overnight and into tomorrow. we will stay warm/mild this evening in the cool temperatures will be closer to the coastline. inland we will be closer to the 80s and by 7:00 a.m., cooler temperatures. a nice relief. with fog only on the coast however it will clear out, quickly. 3:00 p.m., hot tomorrow the warm, dry air does not want to budge. with triple digits in more locations and 105 expected in livermore. let us take a look
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a neighborhood by neighborhood what we are expecting. 100 degrees expected in sonoma, petaluma, and with the coastline and . because of that fog. with 87 degrees and a san mateo, 85 degrees in san francisco, and on the bayshore, 89 degrees in oakland. richmond, berkeley, 85 degrees. this is where will of the triple digits, 102 = concord, pittsburgh, and 105 = livermore! plenty of triple digits in length and even the south bay. los gatos, 104 and morgan hill of 103 tomorrow afternoon. san jose, 98 degrees and i mention of a warm, dry air it does not want to budge. the computer model does not have been moving until wednesday. would still upper 90s along the bay shore. and a little bit more comfortable along the coastline with the 70's toward and big
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relief as we approach wednesday thursday and towards the weekend more seasonable, with 80s inland, 70's close to the coast. , livermore is one of the hottest spots in the bay area with temperatures up in the triple digits. and why? >> here in livermore, and downtown at this popular place to get relief from the heat. at 2:00 p.m., the temperatures hit 99 degrees. the hottest temperature is 4:00 p.m. when it gets to about four degrees hotter. triple digits for short. the national weather service's santa rosa, morgan hill, use the get the hottest because they're cut off from any ocean breeze the comes from the west. and livermore, deaf gingona, kron 4 news. -dave. >> and a popular beach could be giving you a rash known as swimmers itch. what is causing
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us. >> @ crowne/imperial beach and imperial bea in alameda, it is n providing itch on sckins with creatures finding a parasite living on the japanese baby snail. and how they got to these waters is not certain however, they're thriving in these waters in alameda. and from any of mild edge to a rash that is likely poison oak. and most reports as swimmers itch we happens in the former summer months lovely summer, october. and it is going to be a precaution to keep in mind as this hot week continues. >> the oil spill at is really blasting the government, bp this panel is comparing global of the
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initial estimate of the size of the spill to the general custer's fifth a mistake and talk to letting the number of indians at little big horn. and since this wealth has been permanently sealed this incident commander is saying that the blow estimate did not hamper the government's response. government officials said that it is difficult to believe. >> this neighborhood in portage, wisconsin is under water. the fun is getting worse and a nearby levee is already being stressed. and some do not want to evacuate, and flooding also in minnesota, and parts of south dakota. we will be right back after this quick break.
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♪ >> a mecca for the homeless, and education overhaul, the president's plan to improve school and the school year possible change your calendar year. >> heat wave, more heat coming up. >> tonight at 5:00 p.m., the heat. the skyline in the san francisco not any clouds! and you cannot tell from that picture from how hot it is. however, this was taken at san rafael two mid-'80s by lunchtime. and it is already 88 in the san francis

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